Australian lawyer sets third Christmas-themed world record by putting 518,838 lights on a tree in Canberra, raising money for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome charity.
If anyone failed to comply with the order, they will have to face the officials’ “tonsorial diktat”.
“I got off at Times Square and I was looking at the atmosphere, the new things that were happening,” Otis Johnson.
Kurien, also known as the ‘Father of the White Revolution,’ turned India from milk-deficient country to the world’s largest milk producer, exceeding America in 1998 with about 17 percent of world’s output in 2010-11.
Ahmed’s family argued in the letter that the boy’s reputation had been “permanently scarred”.
This is the species which sheds some light on the way homo-sapiens have evolved from apes.
This is no joke. Mackie’s, a chocolate firm, is advertising for the year-long position ahead of the factory’s opening next year.
NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft captured Pluto rotating over the course of a full “Pluto day.”
“This can still happen anywhere. Not everything is lost,” writes Arab-American poet Naomi Shihab Nye.
This is part of a global campaign to spread awareness about Syrian refugees, asking people to “take a moment to think of their future”.
British teenager Kash Ali’s hilarious response to Islamophobia goes viral.
Here are five dubsmash videos of Bond lovers imitating his epic dialogue.
Facebook has blamed the suspension on its spam filters, which apparently automatically takes down accounts through an internal process.
“God says do jihad until intrigue, idolatry and infidelity are gone from the world,” says the ‘teacher’.
The man got so frustrated that he posted a photo of his passport to ensure that ‘Phuc Dat Bich’ was his real name.
The Paris attacks were the deadliest in France claiming more than 120 lives
Antoine Leiris took to Facebook to send a gut-wrenching but courageous message to the Paris attackers, saying, “Vous n’aurez pas ma haine” (You will not have my hatred).
Instead of the standard 21km run, the Standard Chartered Bangkok Marathon on November 15 accidentally extended its annual half-marathon to nearly 28km.
Yes, there is a Twitterati segment that woke up on the next morning of the Paris attack to think something had happened to their favourite celebrity.
Rohan Singh Kalsi tweeted that any gurudwara in Paris would be happy to offer shelter to any Paris attack victim — a humanitarian message that was retweeted over 14,000 times.
The wrecks date from the Archaic Period (700-480 BC) through the Late Medieval Period (16th century).
As the Indian electorate coordinated its blood pressure levels to the number game that follows every vote counting session, #BiharResults won the Twitter battle to become the No. 1 trend, worldwide.
The students arrived on time for their exam.
Abortion is socially divisive in Ireland where and it’s allowed only when mother’s life is in danger.
Until 1899, annual snow accumulation remained steady.